JAKE ARRIETA RUMORS & GOSSIP
When the Chicago Cubs signed Jon Lester last December to a six year, $155 million contract, everyone assumed the left-hander would become the Cubs ace immediately.
However, 77 games into the Cubs’ season, another pitcher has quietly surpassed Lester as the most dominant member of their pitching staff. That pitcher is right-hander Jake Arrieta.
After throwing eight innings of one...
The Cubs' pitching staff put together one of its' best series of the year as it gave up just one run in 29 innings against the Mets. Jake Arrieta, Thursday's starter, came away from the series feeling good about his team and wanted to use the series as a point of motivation. “We can pitch with anybody,” Arrieta told CSN Chicago. “We can swing the bats. And our defense can...
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Gut Reaction: Cubs 6 Mets 1 (5/12/15)
CHC (41-35): RHP Jake Arrieta (7-5, 2.94)
NYM: (40-39): RHP Jacob deGrom (8-5, 2.15)
First pitch: 12:10pmCT
Arrieta pRussell 2b
Arrieta gave up 1 ER in 7 to the Cards in the 3-2 loss on Friday. He...
CHC (36-30): RHP Jake Arrieta (6-5, 3.40)MIN (37-31): RHP Kyle Gibson (4-5, 3.33) First pitch: 1:10pmCT
Tags: Cubs 2015 Game Thread
When we took a look at Jake Arrieta‘s multi-faceted slider on Wednesday, the pitcher gave credit to ‘old-timers’ for the idea to use his legs to deaden the pitch. It turns out, there’s more old school in his mechanics than just a dragging back leg on a slow slider. It’s not like Arrieta opened with […]
After today’s 2-1 victory over the first-place Baltimore Orioles, the Chicago Cubs were able to complete the sweep against a team that had only been swept one time all season long. This series was the second consecutive series against a team that is in contention for a playoff spot, a theme that will be familiar from here on out.
The remainder of the Cubs schedule...
.163 is the batting average opponents have had against Jake Arrieta since the trade of Jeff Samardzija and Jason Hammel. This is the type of stat that many thought Arrieta would be able to put up year in and year out.
Once a top prospect in the Baltimore Orioles organization, Arrieta never could find his groove with the Orioles. In 69 career games pitched (63 starts), Arrieta posted...
Jake Arrieta is currently pitching in his 5th MLB season and before this season has never been successful. There was not much hype surrounding Arrieta coming into the league, as he was originally drafted in the 31st round by the Milwaukee Brewers in 2004 but decided to attend Texas Christian University. In 2007 Arrieta entered the draft again and was taken in the 5th round by the...
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The Chicago Cubs will get much-needed help at the fifth starter position tonight when they face the Cincinnati Reds.
The right-handed Jake Arrieta makes his first start of the season, replacing the extremely ineffective Carlos Villanueva, who is 1-5 with a 10.42 ERA.
Arrieta began the season on the disabled list with tightness and inflammation in his shoulder, but after throwing...